Virtues and Propaganda

Originally Published in the Daily Herald, January, 2022 I recall explaining to my daughters when they were younger that a public-school education was valuable, but for only one thing: making…

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Wisdom.?!

What is or how do you define Wisdom?  In an article I read a while back it talked about the pitfalls of excelling in one thing. People who excel in one thing…

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Reverence…cont’d

What does reverence look like? We talked a lot about reverence in April; during weekend services and in our E-Groups. If you haven't joined an E-group yet, you missed out…

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What Distance Reveals

As I write this, we are now roughly 120 days into "new normal", a phrase we're all saying, hearing and resenting. Throughout our Dealing with It series, we've outlined some…

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Depression Misconceptions

For our third installment of Dealing with It, we will be discussing Depression. Depression and mental health has been a point of contention for many Christians over the years, so…

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Zoom, Zearn, and Zany Days

“Listen, O Israel! The Lord is our God, the Lord alone.[a] 5 And you must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your…

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Ancient Wisdom, Post Modern Longing Part 20

a Flaith na n-uile, rop tú mo baile. ...still be my vision, O Ruler of all. "One of the effects of original sin is an instinctive prejudice in favor of…

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Ancient Wisdom, Post Modern Longing Part 18

mithig (mo-núarán!) lasin trúagán trúag-sa. O grant me its joys, after vict'ry is won; The topic of Heaven regularly comes around in Bible teaching curriculum. As teachers, we are charged…

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